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    Joe - 3/1/04       Laura - 2/24/04  

Sorry, but we continue to have e-mail problems. I think things have been fixed now, but if you've sent us e-mail in the past 2 weeks, we probably didn't get it. It just seems like issues and problems have been cropping up a lot lately. Things have been pretty hectic since January, and it just started to get a little better.

On a separate note, I've just started watching "Last Exile". After just 4 eps, it's become one of my favorites. I guess I just have a thing for airships, but it's not just that. If it's any consolation to the readers, I know how frustrating it can get wondering exactly what part a mysterious "Guild" plays in a story.


Hello, I am back. Woo. Hopefully this page will be on time, but I'm writing this rant before I finished, so I don't know if it will be (ehhhh....).

So, after months of staring at it, I finally picked up this copy of Queen's Greatest Hits compilation at Circuit City. It was pretty cheap too. I think there may have been a pricing error but who am I to complain. I've been listening to it all week. I love Queen. I have to admit, I'm one of those people that became a Queen fan after Wayne's World's bizzare tribute to Bohemian Rhapsody. One song which I didn't really appreciate before but have come to particulary like since I started listening to it again is "Seven Seas of Rhye". It just sounds like it would be a good song to sing if you're drunk at bar with a bunch of friends. It has got me to wondering though...what exactly is rhye? I know what rye is, but I don't think it's the same thing. Maybe rhye is just the British version of rye? Is there ever such a thing? Maybe Freddy made it up. Maybe he's just taunting me from beyond the grave?

Also this week, I got my issue of Anime Insider. I read it regularly, since those guys amuse me. In this issue in the letters section, they had a image of the cover for Warriors of the Wind (ala Naussica edited very badly). Now, I had heard about this butchered version of the anime before but I'd never seen anything of it. Now that I've seen the cover, I can only say that it has to be seen to be believed. It's the one of the most hilarious things I've ever seen, and when the caption says that this cover contains 3000% more lies than any other, they aren't exaggerating. Ah, those were the days.

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